The first two months of the Donald Trump administration haven't gone as well as the president had planned, especially when it comes to being on the same page as his fellow Republicans. In response, two hosts on MSNBC decided to speak out.

"Morning Joe" on Trump

Since the start of his campaign for president, Donald Trump has struggled when it comes to being accepted by a wide-range of individuals. Trump's feud with the mainstream media is well-documented and has only become more strained by the day, while his relationship with the Republican Party has been an issue since the early days of the election.

Even during the day the former host of "The Apprentice" officially became the Republican nominee, a group of conservatives known as the "Never Trump" movement came together in opposition. However, while there are some who still oppose the president, many Republicans continue to stick by his side and defend him ad nauseam. These issues were discussed during an interview with two MSNBC hosts on the March 29 edition of "Late Night with Seth Meyers."

Joining host Seth Myers on Tuesday night was Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski, the co-hosts of "Morning Joe" on MSNBC. The interview covered a lot of ground, mostly about the current administration, with the two hosts not holding back their thoughts about Donald Trump and the Republican Party.

Joe Scarborough, a former Republican congressman, has been vocal with his criticism of Donald Trump, despite being an early supporter of the billionaire real estate mogul. "We've known the guy for 10, 11, 12 years, and we never expected it to be quite this bad," Scarborough said, describing Trump's behavior as president as "shocking."

Mika speaks

At this point, Mika Brzezinski ripped into the GOP, targeting those who continue to "suck up" to the Donald Trump.

"The fact that Republicans are still sucking up to him at this point is kinda pathetic," Brzezinski pointed out. "The whole thing has turned into lies and misinformation, calling the news fake news, undermining the judiciary, undermining every branch of government," she said, before adding, "I don’t care if you’re a Republican or Democratic, there’s right and there’s wrong and this guy’s wrong."

Moving forward

With the "Morning Joe" crew and others in the media unwilling to back off from holding the president's feet to the fire, it doesn't look like Donald Trump is going to refrain from voicing his own opinion. On Wednesday morning, the commander in chief took to Twitter to lash out at the New York Times and other news outlets for "viciously" attacking his administration.